Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 101
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by citicat wow factor
I decided to only paint my stained-wood peninsula cabinets white and leave the surrounding cabinets the same and this enamel was recommended. Over the 40 years the cabinets have been sanded and stained several times and were showing lots of wear. In truth, they really needed to be replaced but I didn't really want to spend thousands of dollars so I decided to paint them. After sanding, I was told to use a coat of primer (I used 2 for better coverage) and 2 coats of enamel. The cabinets where the wood is holding up came out really nice. I used a roller and then finished it off with a nylon brush. I had to work fast because the enamel dried quickly. Had the wood been new or in better shape the cabinets would have looked brand new. It is easy to work with and easy clean up with soap and water. I used a soap oil to clean the hardwood floors. Value wise I had to buy a gallon and I didn't even use half. Buying 2 quarts would have been more economical. Even though the cabinet still show wear, the new paint has totally brighten up the kitchen and has complemented the granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floor.
April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SDee Repair damaged Thermo-foil cabinets!
I have white thermo-foil cabinets and while repairing a stove burner and running it without a pan, the edges of several cabinet doors melted. I was in horror, as I can never get the same doors anymore. I decided to fix them. I carefully cut away the melted plastic and glued down any edges that were lifting off the door. I coated the bare part with several coats of auto glazing putty (the red stuff) and sanded with 800 grit. I then used Cabinet Coat to prime the red area, lightly sanded the entire edge, then used two coats with a foam roller on the whole edge. Looks factory finished.
February 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dave Cabinet enamel
I was very happy with the results I got using this product. I made doors and drawer fronts for our kitchen
and was concerned about the paint since I had had poor results in the past. I did primer before I painted so I
can't comment on how it would have been not using primer. The finish was like a factory finished product.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lcsweetz Great paint
I was originally going to use milk paint for my kitchen cabinets, but after reading reviews in glad I found this can of paint. Using both a brush and foam roller the final product was better then expected. Be sure to remove all grease and mold as per instructions. I did about two to three coats and they look great
August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GWeaver Excellent Cabinet Paint
I have found this paint to be excellent for the new cabinets we installed during our recent remodel. The paint is somewhat self leveling and seems durable. I tried to spray it with an HVLP sprayer, but it was too thick and the instructions said not to dilute so I used a brush. The paint looks great!
I did have an issue with delivery. The distributor put the wrong shipping label on my package and it was sent to the wrong state. I had to reorder and pay for the shipment again as I awaited reimbursement. Home Depot was helpful and gave me a 10 percent discount on the reorder, but rush shipping wasn't available for this type of material so I did not receive the product for an additional week.
June 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by hshobx Great Stuff!
At half the price of the Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation product (also great, but much more expensive!) this is a great value. We have used it in two kitchen now, and have been very pleased with the results.
February 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Austsgrl Hopeful.
I haven't finished the cabinets yet but the part that's done looks great. I didn't get an instruction sheet with the paint so I did what others said they did, light sanding between coats. Keeping my fingers crossed that it won't chip off.
July 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rick Painting kitchen cabinets
Leaves a very professional looking finish on the cabinets. It is an acrylic urethane and has a bit more of a flow out then most latex paints. Only problem I see with it is, it takes a few coats to get good coverage. I think you will find the best method is rolling and tipping it out. Use a short nap roller, 1/4" or 3/16".
May 25, 2016